Winners showcased the power of umami in driving deliciousness at competition sponsored by Ajinomoto Co. and Umami Information Center.
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The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will explore the history and industry of brewing in the United States in a new showcase located within the “FOOD: Transforming the American Table” exhibition beginning Oct. 25.
Online curriculum aims to help the food industry deliver on customers' high expectations around plant-based applications.
The North American Meat Institute (NAMI) Scholarship Foundation announced the recipients of its 2019-2020 undergraduate scholarship awards. Eleven high-performing undergraduate students received a combined total of $55,000 to pursue degrees in animal, meat and food science, and in culinary arts.
More than 1,200 chefs and students, the highest attendees in 10 years, experienced the industry-leading culinary event.
In August, Columbus State Community College dedicated Cameron Mitchell Hall, the College’s new home for the School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts. The building is named after renowned restaurateur Cameron Mitchell of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants’ (CMR) who generously took the lead on the philanthropic campaign and provided a $2.5 million gift in support of the project.
Careers Through Culinary Arts Program’s (C-CAP) board of directors is pleased to announce that Karen Welch, chief administrative officer, will take operational control of C-CAP, as President Karen Brosius departs the national non-profit organization to return to her home and work at the University of South Carolina.
Don Odiorne honored with the first CAFÉ Champion Award for his tireless work in helping link the foodservice industry to culinary educators.